A conversation with author and USC professor Aimee Bender, and Museum of Jurassic Technology director David Wilson. Recorded on 22 May 2006 in the Museum of Jurassic Technology tea room.

10 Years?

It's hard to believe that it's been 10 years since Aimee, David, and I recorded this conversation. Of course I suppose it's also hard to believe that Athanasius Kircher has been dead for 335 years.

Time.

It's relentless.

Since today is the 10 year anniversary of this conversation, it seems like a good day to republish it. Thank you Aimee. Thank you David. Thank you for the conversation. Thank you for all the remarkable work you did before, and have done since, we spoke.

my former student assistant Christine Monet Johnson sitting in the stairwell at the Museum of Jurassic Technology on 20 October 2007. Photo by Dani Dana My former student assistant Christine Monet Johnson sitting in the stairwell at the Museum of Jurassic Technology on 20 October 2007. Photo by Dani Dana.